In a recent video shared by the spanish CasaReal TV on youtube (video underneath), on the sidelines of the newly appointed King Felipe VI’s visit to Morocco, King Mohammed VI seems to reject a letter, or what is commonly known in Morocco as Briya, from a young lady.
Though the letter can’t be seen since the young lady was giving her back to the camera, that’s the most rational explanation since the woman in question interrupted both Monarchs, and she stood in their way while they were getting ready to move to an adjacent room.
More than that, this thesis can be confirmed given the reaction of the two security guards, standing nearby, who moved their hands towards the lady to back her off.
King Mohammed VI seems to not have appreciated the move as he was caught saying, in a clear tone, Machi Daba a Benti aafak , which may translate to: “Not now my daughter, please.”
It is worth pointing out that in Morocco, the “my daughter” appellation is used as a form of respect when addressing a lady that is quite younger than the addressee.
The Moroccan Times.